The American soprano and mezzo-soprano, Lindsey Lang, graduated with a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Missouri in 2008 and then studied for two years at the Early Music Institute at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Lindsey Lang is noted for her bold interpretations of early music with a “tone [of] pure, radiant sunshine.” She has appeared as a soloist with modern and period orchestras nation-wide and has sun in main-stage events for early music festivals in Berkeley, Bloomington, New Brunswick, New York, and Quito, Ecuador. She has appeared as a soloist is such great works as J.S. Bach's Mass in B minor (BWV 232) and Magnificat (BWV 243), Benjamin Britten's A Boy Was Born, George Frideric Handel's Messiah, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass and Schopfunsgmesse, and Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610. Recently she sang the soprano solos in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass under the baton of Joseph Flummerfelt, and premiered Stefan Freund’s oratorio The War Amongst Families and Neighbors: The Civil War in Missouri.
Lindsey Lang is also an avid choral singer, and currently sings with the Kansas City Chorale under the direction of Charles Bruffy, and is a featured soloist on their Grammy-winning CD “Life and Breath.” In addition to her work with the Chorale, she frequently performs with Prometheus, the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers, Sacabuche, and the Spire Chamber Ensemble.
Lindsey Lang currently resides in Kansas City where she is the Music Director at Asbury United Methodist Church and maintains an active performing and teaching career.